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Looking for a restaurant with a special private room
for my father's 60th birthday party...What I envision
is a wine cellar/wine room...I know Picholine and "21"
have them, but they're booked......
I have loved Indian food for years. I did the 6th
Street thing and fell in to the cury. The Akbar on
57th has now been revamoped. The new chef Rana and the
young owner have totally changed th...
is a great site if you're interested in learning about the many Sicilian customs and recipes of St. Joseph's Day...
I swore I was only going to pick up some pignoli cookies at D'Aquila Bakery (right next door to Graziella Pizza at 33-25 Francis Lewis Blvd- gotta have a slab of their grilled vegetable focaccia s...
I'll be in the city in a few weeks with a group of 5 or
6 and I'm looking for a relaxed, somewhat eclectic spot
to bring them to dinner. Any thoughts on Danal, The
Elephant, Le Tableau or Mesop...
Any advice on Phoenix restaurants worth visiting? I always like to start with a nice breakfast in
one of those downtown breakfast/lunch joints that's been there forever. For lunch and dinner, the ...
MMMMMMMMM!! Just finished up the last of some wonderful slabs of tempura-style "coo coo ma." I have no clue if I'm spelling it correctly, but I'm referring to Korean white, sweet potatoes that are...
I've read good things about Pampa (99th & Amsterdam)
but just noticed in a posting here that someone's had
bad experiences there. Can anyone be more specific?
Love it? Hate it? What's good there...
So, what do people think of this place now???
Looking for a fun and inexpensive place to host a rehearsal dinner for about 40 people. Any suggestions? Thanks!
Have declared myself a real Pizza Maven, and must say that in Queens, the best pizza is Nicks on Austin St. in Forest Hills. The crust is thin and crisp, the sauce tangy yet light, and the cheese ...
I've heard that Bensonhurst has some of the best
salumerias, Italian bakeries and butchers in NYC.
There sure are a lot of them. Does anyone have any
I'm reluctantly moving from Sunnyside and all its
wonderful food to the area of 95th and Broadway. Are
there any good, reasonable, ethnic joints up there? I
can get a cup of incredible columbian...
The commute from Astoria has become annoying enough that I've decided to take my boss up on his offer to let me telecommute; while I'm still in Jersey City, however, I'm trying to sample as many pl...
Somehow I've landed in Montauk for a week. Where
should I eat? (Of course, I'm willing to drive to
other towns for food).
Fried clam ideas would be especially appreciated. I've
been here on...
Ate at Le Cirque 2000 for the first time last week.
This is the most outstanding meal and atmosphere I
have exprienced in 8 years in the City. The food was
not outstanding, but excellent service...
We don't seem to have much in the way of easy good
places around the Upper East Side..am I missing
Five of us went to Patria and I must echo the
sentiments of Gary, Stephen, and the other Patria
partisans: cool place!
We shared the ceviche sampler and the empanada sampler
and for entrees h...
I often stay in this part of the city because of a
company appartment. Most nights I make the trek to
some old and some new haunts. Ocassionally I would lke
to stay in Battery Park for a nice di...
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